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Category Archives: Crochet
In an attempt to reduce my yarn stash, I have been knitting a few toys. These toys will then be donated to one of the organizations that I make goodies for. My latest project was a giant octopus.
Can you guess from last week’s Wordless Wednesday post what my most recent knitting project is? For Christmas I received several skeins of Red Heart Amigurumi yarn. My first knit was this flying bumble bee. I love the idea behind … Continue reading
In my recent browse through Pinterest I saw a super cute cactus hat, but it was crocheted. I was determined that I could knit one.
Who doesn’t love tacos. They can be made with just about anything – chicken, beef, heck even shrimp (you have got to check out this recipe for Shrimp tacos with strawberry mango salsa). Since they can be eaten with your … Continue reading
Over the last few years, I have created at least one SWAP to improve my crocheting skills. This year I opted to make these easy-going ewes.
I decided to start out 2019 with a couple of little tiny knits. With my goal to knit 100 items this year, some will have to be tiny to compensate for the larger projects I hope to complete. This adorable … Continue reading
Today’s knitting project is a football inspired hat for a little boy. With a family of girls, I don’t often get to knit for boys, but I have had my eye on this pattern for a while. With a small … Continue reading
I mentioned last week that I was working on a set of baby hats that are going to be donated to a local crisis pregnancy center. Even though the weather is getting warmer (at least in my part of the … Continue reading
Just when you thought I was done knitting purple baby hats for Period of Purple Crying, I decided to throw in a crocheted hat. My crochet skills are still in their infancy, so you know this is a very simple … Continue reading